Environment

Do Celebrities make a Difference to Environment Protection?

Celebrity endorsements play an important role when it comes to selling a product. A lot of mainstream or A-list celebrities are known to the majority of the world’s popu...

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Wetland in Assam under Jeopardy

Wetlands in Assam are repositories of diversity, ecology and livelihood support system of the local people. Located about 30 kms from Upper Assam’s Tinsukia district, th...

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Encouraging Local Communities to Appreciate Local Nature

When you think about nature, cities are not what comes to your mind. Nature is a camping trip to a state park, or of grandiose landscapes with forests, lakes and snow-capped m...

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The Himalayan Biodiversity in Jeopardy

The aesthetic beauty of Himalayas is indescribable in words. Let's dig into some facts: The Indian Himalayan region covers an area of 530,000 sq km – which is about 16 p...

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Harmful Agricultural Practices lead to Skewed Sex Ratios among Virginian Reptiles

Mercury contamination threatens many ecosystems worldwide. Methylmercury bioaccumulates at each trophic level and biomagnifies within individuals over time. Long-lived turtles...

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Microplastics Take Over the Arctic

The oceans all over the world are flooded with tons of plastic. Many must have heard of the great Pacific garbage patch, a slowly swirling gyre of thousands of tons of plastic...

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Eight million tons of Plastic Waste dumped onto the Oceans Every Year

The World Earth Day is observed on 22nd April. It originated in the horror at the damage humans were causing to the ocean. It was started in 1970 by a US senator, Gaylord Nels...

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Moving away from Concrete Jungles to Vertical Forests

The rising heat, melting polar caps, global warming and greenhouse effect are just a few of the grave dangers our planet is facing and it majorly boils down to deforestation a...

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New Interactive Tool Brings Climate Change Closer to Home

Wouldn't it be perfect to have an interactive tool that could teach you more about climate change and how it is affecting the area you live in? Canada has an answer for this. ...

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Can we save the Northern White Rhino from Extinction?

The story of our interaction with the northern white rhino is one of the conservation movement’s saddest tales of recent times. “In the 60s there were 2,500 northe...

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Spy in Love

Lauren Wilkinson’s American Spy is a perceptive novel with a feisty prot...

March 20 2019

Research predicts breast cancer can relapse based on ‘internal wiring’

A study published in the journal Nature, shows that breast cancer is equal to 11 separat...

March 20 2019

There she goes… changing gears and riding bikes!

Riding motorcycles have always been the ‘men’ thing. Yet, in the last few ye...

March 19 2019